Remember the Ringbow? It’s a wearable device that pairs with your iDevice and let’s you perform all kind of actions without leaving your actual context of actions.
Potentially this is could be a very interesting add-on for fingerpainters, as long as it will be supported by the app developers. They are now Kickstarting the project, and are getting close to their aim. More info over on Kickstarter.
There only a few days left for this one–so if you’re interested be sure to get your work in now.
Our friends at iPhoneArt.com (IPA) have launched their 2nd Annual Mobile Art Contest with $1000 going to the winning artist and additional prizes going to the 20 artists selected by this year’s jury. Here are the details: Continue reading
Mobile artist around the world can celebrate that the first full featured painting emulator for the iPad, ArtRage,has come to the iPhone.
It’s special introductory price is only $ 0.99. Click here for details and download.
Watch this space for reviews and artwork.
Spanish artist Xoan Baltar, illustrator and fingerpainter par excellence, was one of the first to kick off the iPhone art revolution in 2008. Now he has pushed the curve again by releasing a game entirely fingerprinted on the iPad.
The long-awaited moment has arrived. iAMDA’s MobileArtCon 2011 is back and “On The Move” in NYC! The Con kicks with an ArtCrawl through the city on September 30th to be followed by a 2-day artist retreat and public art showing on October 1-2, 2011 at NYU’s ITP Department. Continue reading
An open call for digital breakfast related artwork: Please send your images to email@example.com by 20.6.2001. This is a cafe based exhibition which will run alongside a series of artist residencies in Armley, Leeds, as part of the ilovewestleeds festival. Approximately 30 works will be selected, framed and displayed. The images will also be displayed in an online gallery during the festival. Good Luck! We look forward to receiving your entries. Flyer image courtesy of Jason Wilshire-Mills.
Last Thursday, March 5, 2011, the Autodesk Gallery hosted a private recpetion for the Digital Canvas exhibition. With over 100 guests, including contributing artists, guests and local media, the exhibit was unveiled in a highly intimate and social setting.
According to this listing on amazon, Jorge Colombo’s fantastic New York paintings get published as a hardcover book. And with a preface of one of my favorite illustrators, Christoph Niemann. Pre-ordered!